At Homes for Bugs we’re passionate about the environment and all our bug houses are individually designed and handmade from rescued wood, so there will be some imperfections (nail holes, rough edges etc) – but the bugs really don’t mind.

“If you’re looking for perfection, you’ve come to the wrong place!”

Handmade Fairy Garden Gift Set with Flower Pillow Bed

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Everybody needs a bit of magic in their life - and what better way to introduce it than to create your very own fairy garden. This handmade fairy gift set contains:

  • Fairy door (made out of herculite) - approx 85mm tall x 70mm wide
  • Handmade wooden fairy bed with flower 'pillow' and toadstool embellishment - approx 120mm long x 70mm wide x 6omm high
  • Handmade ladders - approx 150mm tall x 75mm wide
  • A bunch of 5 toadstools

All of our items are handmade (with the exception of the small toadstools), using reclaimed wood, fairy moss, acorns, beads, embellishments and a whole load of imagination.

When buying please consider that that our fairy garden essentials are not designed to be toys, thank you.

From fairy baskets to miniature dressing tables, we have everything you need to bring your fairy garden to life - whether it's for your children, grandchildren or even for yourself. After all, you're never too old to enjoy a bit of magic.

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There’s a lot of focus of the plight on the honey bee (and rightly so), but did you know that a single red mason bee is equivalent to 120 worker honeybees in the pollination it provides and these bees, along with other solitary bees, ladybirds, hoverflies and lacewings are so important to the pollination of our plants and the natural control of garden pests. That’s why we focus our efforts on building homes specifically for these types of beneficial insects.

Our passion is in recycling and raising awareness to help as many people as possible understand the importance of looking after the environment whilst encouraging everyone to think about improving the biodiversity in their gardens and neighbourhoods.

We hope you like our creations!